Type of site
|Headquarters||Paris (Île de France), France|
|Launched||8 Decembre 2009|
ISIDORE was created in 2009 by the CNRS, using its 'Adonis large equipment' facilities, with participation from companies Antidot, Sword and Mondeca. It is now fully integrated to the Huma-Num research infrastructure
ISIDORE harvests metadata and indexes them as digital data by enriching them with scientific terms and references. It is edited as a website, a mobile interface, modules dedicated to content management through WordPress, a programming interface and a SPARQL node that allows access to RDF.
ISIDORE associates a large panel of scientific platforms and 'data producers': electronic edition platforms (Cairn.info, Persée, Revues.org, Erudit, etc.), digital libraries: (Gallica of the BnF, Mazarinum of the bibliothèque Mazarine, bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, bibliothèque inter-universitaire de médecine, etc.) open archives (HAL-SHS (Hyper Article en Ligne - Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société), theses.fr, Thèses en Ligne TEL, etc.) as well as a large number of other scientific databases maintained by French and foreign laboratories.